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Tumon clothing store hosts Ladies Night

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by Heather Hauswirth

Guam - DNA Evolution launched the first of many more to come - Ladies Night - last night at the company's store in Tumon. Ladies were treated to champagne and chocolates as they perused the items in the shop.

According to retail buyer Josepha Santiago, the reason behind the promo is to showcase what they have to offer.  "We're trying to push some our some of the different styles we carry here we're not just a surf shop, we don't just carry t-shirts and tanks and denim; we also carry business style clothing for women and also shoulder wear and formal wear and semi casual business-like attire," she explained.

More ladies nights at DNA will be held in the future.

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